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I need a 50 pin adapter to usb to get my files

I need a 50 pin adapter to usb to get my file out of the drive

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Hi,
You can get the same from the site below.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=470&name=USB%20Hard%20Disk%20Adapter

or
http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/240083910/Micro_IDE_1_8_ZIF_CE.html

The same can be found at any local computer store , wallmart ,Best Buy or even Radio Shack.

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It is easier to use the ribbon cable open a desktop and piggyback your drive. USB to a drive needs a converter circuit that you would find in an external backup dirve and also needs software drivers this will change in a couple of years I believe just like installing a CD drive in the early 90's

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